J.S. Bach: Goldberg Variations. Wanda Landowska, harpsichord. Aria (Sarabande), Variations 1 - 30, Aria (Sarabande). Recorded in 1945, this transfer comes from a 1972 LP issue, RCA VIC-1650. Topics: Bach, Goldberg, Variations, Landowska
Bach: Goldberg Variations. Wanda Landowska, harpsichord. Aria (Sarabande), Variations 1-30, Aria (Sarabande). Transfer from the RCA 1972 LP VIC-1650, a reissue of the original 1945 recording. Topics: Bach, Goldberg, Variations, Landowska
J. S. BACH: Goldberg VariationsWanda Landowska, harpsichordVictor 78rpm Album DM 1022 (11-8933 - 11-8938)Recorded in New York, June, 1945Digital transfer by F. Reeder(High bit rate) Topics: Bach, Landowska, Harpsichord, 78rpm
HANDEL: The Harmonious Blacksmith (from Suite in G minor). Wanda Landowska, Harpsichord Pleyel. Victor 78rpm disc 12-0006-B. Recorded ca. 1948. Digital transfer by F. Reeder ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Handel, Landowska, harpsichord, 78rpm
MOZART: Turkish March (from Sonata in A, K. 331). Wanda Landowska, harpsichord. Victor 78rpm disc 12-0004-B. Recorded in 1948 Digital transfer by F. Reeder Topics: Mozart, Landowska, harpsichord, 78rpm
VIVALDI: Concerto in D Major (Arranged for Harpsichord by J. S. Bach). Wanda Landowska, Harpsichord Pleyel. Victor 78rpm discs 12-0003-B, 12-0002-B. Recorded ca. 1948. Digital transfer by F. Reeder. Topics: Bach, Vivaldi, Landowska, harpsichord, 78rpm
Piano works performed by the Polish pianist Wanda Landowska (1877-1959). This recording dates from the mid-1920's and was recorded on a DUO-ART piano. These instruments had the ability to capture all the nuances of an artist's performance for later playback. This Everest recording was done using a 1929 Steinway fitted with the DUO-ART mechanism. From the Everest Records Archive of Piano Music series. Transfer from the Everest stereo LP X-915 by Bob Varney. Topics: Landowska, Beethoven, Lanner, Mozart, Everest, DUO-ART
Vol. VII, No. 4. March 1915. Publisher: Photoplay Publishing Co., Chicago, Ill. Missing pages 7-10. (Four consecutive issues were lacking pages 7-10, which ordinarily contained advertising. It is uncertain whether those pages were ever published; the magazine changed publishers during that time.) Topics: motion picture, movie fan magazine, Romaine Fielding, Robert Donald Walker, Helen Holmes, Betty...